WEB SITE INFORMATION
Looking for people interested in a topic you're researching? On listservs, groups of people with similar interests exchange opinions and questions via e-mail. CataList lets you search for listservs on your subject.
Allows you to search discussion lists and find people who might know about your topic.
Tile Net http://www.tile.net
Tile Net also organizes discussion lists.
Excel Tutorial http://www.fgcu.edu/support/office2000/excel
Once you've mastered the basics, fine-tune your spreadsheet knowledge with this university tutorial.
Mr. Excel http://www.mrexcel.com
Find the answers to life's persistent spreadsheet questions at the Ask Mr. Excel page.
This is a meta-search engine; it searches other search engines for you. Try this if your subject is so unusual you can't find it anywhere else on the Web.
Ever found the perfect Web site on your subject, only to discover that the link was dead? Google fixes that problem by "caching" (keeping a copy of) the original Web page. Click the “Cached” link to see the original Web page, with your search terms highlighted on it.
Librarians' Index to the Internet
Tired of wading through a gazillion out-of-date, over-hyped Web pages to find one with any useful information? Take a look at this site. Librarians at Cal Berkeley have vetted hundreds of Web sites and organized them in a directory for you.
If you're looking for a broad topic on the Internet, such as baseball or the Civil War, Yahoo is a good place to start.
These tutorials were written by a Free Lance-Star news librarian for Netscape users. You'll need to have Word on your machine to view them. Be patient! They may be slow to load.
Find out how to search for PDFs (files that use Adobe Acrobat software), navigate them and print them.
Printing Internet Documents
Learn how to avoid wasting paper and print exactly what you want from the Internet.
Want your address, phone number or a pithy saying to appear at the bottom your e-mails? Set up a signature file and your computer will do it for you automatically.
WEB SITE INFORMATION
Web Site Backgrounding http://www.whois.net
Who's behind the curtain at that Web site? This resource allows you to find the addresses and phone numbers of Web site administrators.
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Last modified April 11, 2004